greed among the wealthy in sarasota

greed among the wealthy in sarasota

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seeking justice

Sevierville, TN

#1 Aug 23, 2012
greed is the main reason sarasota is in trouble financially and the authorities in positions of trust(the sarasota county court system)needs to be cleaned up.the average joe does not stand a chance,of course the crime,violent crimes will increase,poor people who work to make an honest living are being robbed of their rights to any justice because they cannot buy justice,so only the wealthy can afford to buy justice,but it isn,t justice at all,it,s a crime in itself to get by with all kinds of crime and not have to answer for it because you can afford legal representation.the sarasota county courts turn a blind eye to all crime unless there is money to be gained by the resulting resolution.the attorny,s and court system are just there to make money and justice and the laws only apply to the less fortunate not them. they are above the law.

Since: Apr 12

Comstock, MN

#2 Aug 27, 2012
I was thinking of moving to sarasota from Minnesota. where is a good place to move to in Florida?
Justice Served

Tampa, FL

#3 Aug 27, 2012
seeking justice wrote:
greed is the main reason sarasota is in trouble financially and the authorities in positions of trust(the sarasota county court system)needs to be cleaned up.the average joe does not stand a chance,of course the crime,violent crimes will increase,poor people who work to make an honest living are being robbed of their rights to any justice because they cannot buy justice,so only the wealthy can afford to buy justice,but it isn,t justice at all,it,s a crime in itself to get by with all kinds of crime and not have to answer for it because you can afford legal representation.the sarasota county courts turn a blind eye to all crime unless there is money to be gained by the resulting resolution.the attorny,s and court system are just there to make money and justice and the laws only apply to the less fortunate not them. they are above the law.
All depends upon where you're looking at it from.

If you decide to stray outside the letter of the law, you will face the judicial system. It is true that those with the financial means have an upper edge with regards to more qualified representation. Those without the necessary funds to retain a seasoned legal team have to take what is provided to them.

Compared it to travel. Some can fly first class, some have to take a Greyhound. But instead of taking the legal trip, wouldn't it be wiser just to comply with laws in the first place?

It all comes down to making that decision before you act. Only the offender makes that decision and it's the wrong one that lands them in front of a judge.

Most know the difference between right and wrong. Those who make the wrong choice know it and do it anyway. They rolled the dice and lost.

The ability to hire excellent legal council or take whats given is an afterthought. Make the right decision in the first place and avoid the consequences.
not wealthy

Absecon, NJ

#4 Dec 7, 2012
The wealthy have no qualms about violating laws, because they have the money to get away with it.
Justice Served

Clearwater, FL

#5 Dec 8, 2012
not wealthy wrote:
The wealthy have no qualms about violating laws, because they have the money to get away with it.
Then get wealthy and join in!
Big Country

Sarasota, FL

#6 Dec 8, 2012
Justice Served wrote:
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Then get wealthy and join in!
That was a dumb come back...just saying.
Justice Served

Clearwater, FL

#7 Dec 9, 2012
Big Country wrote:
<quoted text> That was a dumb come back...just saying.
Any YOU believe that the wealthy get away with violating laws?

Now we see who the dumb one is.
possitive

Erwin, TN

#9 Mar 22, 2013
Justice Served wrote:
<quoted text>
All depends upon where you're looking at it from.
If you decide to stray outside the letter of the law, you will face the judicial system. It is true that those with the financial means have an upper edge with regards to more qualified representation. Those without the necessary funds to retain a seasoned legal team have to take what is provided to them.
Compared it to travel. Some can fly first class, some have to take a Greyhound. But instead of taking the legal trip, wouldn't it be wiser just to comply with laws in the first place?
It all comes down to making that decision before you act. Only the offender makes that decision and it's the wrong one that lands them in front of a judge.
Most know the difference between right and wrong. Those who make the wrong choice know it and do it anyway. They rolled the dice and lost.
The ability to hire excellent legal council or take whats given is an afterthought. Make the right decision in the first place and avoid the consequences.
Great advice!!Im just sorry it took me 40 years to get it in my thick head!Drinking and driving for the birds,it was strange how it happened,but whatever it was,this awful thought of killing myself or someone else seems to go through my head on a daily basis.

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